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Ramadan

A collection of news and information related to Ramadan published by this site and its partners.

Top Ramadan Articles

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  • Ramadan's high note is often a dip

    Ramadan's high note is often a dip
    Ramadan is a holiday observed by fasting, but when it's time to eat, the meals can be feasts. No food or drink is allowed from dawn to dusk during the annual monthlong Muslim period of fasting, which began this year on the evening of July 19. Because...
  • Shadia: The benefits of Ramadan are truly endless

    Refraining from food and water all day during Ramadan is not that bad. That's because we still get to eat twice — just before sunrise and again after sunset. There's "iftar," which is the breaking-of-the-fast meal at sunset. But there's also...
  • Op-Ed: Ramadan is more than fasting

    Thursday at sunset signified the start of Ramadan. During this month, observing Muslims around the world fast by abstaining from food and drink from dawn to sunset. Fasting in Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islamic faith, along with belief in the...
  • Intersections: A new mosque connects local Muslims

    Amid the houses lining the darkened streets recovering from the summer heat, a corner in South Glendale remains buzzing with excitement throughout the night. Cars have exhausted available street space. The pitter-patter of footsteps can be heard...
  • Sage Hill alumni make Forbes list

    Two recent graduates of Newport Coast private school Sage Hill were named in Forbes magazine's "30 under 30 list." Mark Ramadan, 25, was recognized in the category of food and wine and Matthew Schlicht, 23, for social and mobile. Ramadan is the co-...
  • Sage holds off Crean

    NEWPORT BEACH — The defending Academy League champion met an up-and-comer Tuesday afternoon at The Tennis Club. Something had to gave in the boys' tennis match. Sage Hill Coach A.G. Longoria hoped it wouldn't be his Lightning on the short end...
  • Chinese authorities and villagers clash over mosque

     
    An unusual clash in western China pits authorities against the Hui, who have been viewed as the model minority....
  • Chinese mosque demolition heightens ethnic tensions

     
    REPORTING FROM BEIJING -- The government demolition of a newly refurbished mosque in a northern Chinese village has raised tensions with the Hui, a Muslim group that in the past has been granted more freedoms by the Chinese Communist Party, unlike other...
  • Muslim villagers angry in mosque incident

     
    The destruction of a mosque threatens to spoil relations between Chinese and Hui, once considered the model Muslim minority by the Chinese...
  • Koran burning: Can military do more to avoid offending Muslims?

     
    Koran, Afghanistan, U.S., Muslims, Islam: Hundreds of Afghans are throwing stones, burning tires and chanting "Death to America!" after news broke that U.S. personnel inadvertently burned copies of the Koran at a military base north of Kabul. The protests...
  • Food FYI: Democrats fail to block food stamp cuts in farm bill

     
    Food FYI: Democrats fail to block food stamp cuts in farm bill...